Daniel Radcliffe is anything but Harry Potter in his upcoming film, "The Woman in Black."

In his first post-Potter role, the 22-year-old actor plays young lawyer Arthur Kipps, who arrives in town in search of the famed woman in black. The supernatural film is based on the novel of the same name by Susan Hill.

The new trailer features clips of Radcliffe intertwined with images of creepy dolls and toys, enveloped by the haunting voice of a young girl reciting a rhyme.

Radcliffe fans don't even get to hear the actor's voice in the trailer, which debuted on Yahoo! on Wednesday.

"The Woman in Black" also stars Ciaran Hinds ("Munich," "There Will Be Blood"), Janet McTeer ("Sense and Sensibility") and Liz White ("Life on Mars") as the title character.

Radcliffe recently marked the end of Harry Potter, with the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" earlier this summer.

The young superstar is in the middle of a Broadway run of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." On Aug. 1, it was confirmed that Radcliffe will leave the show in January 2011, with Darren Criss from "Glee" taking over the lead role.

"The Woman in Black" arrives in theaters on Feb. 3, 2012.